November 23 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Practical Support Strategies in Mainstream Education for students with challenging behaviour
Day 2 – Year 7 to Year 12
An exciting interactive course which aims at introducing participants to strategies and resources which work! This full day course will focus on what is exceptional about these students and how to address their needs effectively.
Learn about the key features of Autism, ADHD and ODD, the key cognitive theories which shine a light on students’ behaviour and thinking, and how to address the issues which are presenting in your classroom.
The day will comprise of three sessions:
Session 1: Social challenges in adolescence – developing Theory of Mind
Developing a social framework which lifts self-esteem and develops social
Session 2: Four simple changes in the classroom which aid communication
Executive Function challenges in the classroom and how to support students
Session 3: Developing a plan and strategies for my student/school
$300 for a full day program. Cost includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea
Dates and times
Saturday 23rd November Full Day 9am – 4pm Years 7-12
Book Now https://www.trybooking.com/BFQUT
Venue 362A Pacific Highway, Lindfield, NSW 2070
Presenter: Kathie Lane
Kathie has an M.Ed in Special Education and over 20 years of experience working with children and young adults on the Autism Spectrum. (In total over 40 years’ teaching experience in mainstream education; K-12 and adults.) She has worked as an Education Consultant across Sydney and interstate, in mainstream schools, building capacity in teachers and families; enabling them to provide a positive, supportive learning environment for their young person with ASD. She specialises in behaviour management within the education setting, and is experienced at providing resources and strategies for teachers to enhance and adjust their teaching. Kathie’s main area of focus in the last ten years has been in positive behaviour support in mainstream education for teenagers and young adults on the Spectrum.